Journey to the heart of the Sahel, where the desert is at its deadliest
The next summit of Heads of State and Government of the European Union (EU) and the African Union (AU) will be held in Brussels on 17 and 18 February 2022. It is an important event for the EU, which aims to re-establish the relationship between the EU and the AU.
European countries will present a series of concrete projects around the triad “prosperity, security and mobility”. These projects have been developed by EU Member States and institutions in close collaboration with African countries to meet their expectations in terms of investment, infrastructure, health, mobility, security and education.
In terms of financing, Europe will significantly increase its investment in infrastructure as requested by the Africans, particularly in the field of transport, energy transition, digital transition and the development of food production within the framework of the Great Green Wall.
2. In the area of peace and security, the objective is to support African efforts to combat terrorism and to support the continent’s efforts to gain stability through African peacekeeping operations and capacity building.
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It is located off the coast of Senegal and is composed of a group of islands. You can enjoy volcanoes, turtles and beaches in total tranquility, horseback riding on the beach or visit the islands of Santa Monica or Salt.
You can travel by car and discover its colors, smells and flavors. Visit cities like Marrakech and admire the Kutubia Mosque or the Bahia Palace. If you want to know the deep Morocco, go to the valleys of Ourika or Ouarzazate. You can not miss the desert of Erg Chegaga and the stars when the sky is clear.
Namibia is one of the safest countries in Africa and stands out for its desert dunes and savannah. Some must-see places are the Etosha National Park, Cape Cross, the Skeleton Coast, the Namib Desert or Swakopmund.
It is located next to Namibia and also stands out as one of the safest countries in Africa. Its main tourist attraction is the Okavango Delta, where you can see lions, hippos, elephants and antelopes.
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Also in Cape Verde, tourism leaders celebrated the signing and adoption of the UNWTO Declaration on the Future of Mobility and Sustainable Transport, a commitment aimed at better understanding how investments can contribute to greening the sector and fostering greater cooperation between tourism authorities and transport providers. To conclude the Regional Commission meeting, UNWTO signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Cape Verde. The objective of the MoU is to enhance cooperation between UNWTO and the Ministry of Tourism to strengthen the country’s brand, boost tourism education initiatives and support research on the socio-economic impact of sustainable tourism development throughout Cape Verde.
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In terms of health, the first thing the Ministry stresses is that “it is advisable to take out travel insurance to Tanzania with the highest possible coverage”. This is so, in addition to the coronavirus crisis (which we will talk about later), because of other diseases that are common in the country. For example, malaria is endemic and there are also cases of cholera, diphtheria and dengue fever. On the other hand, he indicates that “Quality medical services are scarce. For any serious problem, it is advisable to leave the country. Traveling with good insurance in Tanzania is, of course, essential.
In the big cities it is true that you have to be careful, especially at night and in isolated areas. However, you can walk through the center of places like Arusha and Dar es Salaam without feeling insecure. As in any place, try not to be ostentatious and be aware of your valuables. There are people who will approach you to sell you souvenirs, tours or guide you, perhaps in some cases too insistently. However, with a little right-handedness, nothing is bound to go wrong.